PHP 5.6.0beta1 released

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rwidmer at sourceforge dot net
9 years ago
There is a more robust version of this extension, and other goodies for working with vpopmail from PHP available at:  http://pmailadmin.sourceforge.net/ 

The extension will get added back to PECL once it is finished and tested.
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Chester
10 years ago
If you set vpopmail up with mysql support its quite easy to get a full listing of domains/users.  You'l only have to use the vpopmail php functions to add/delete users/domains in a own written front end.
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justin at linuxgroup dot net
10 years ago
In reply to "You can easily save the directory listing of ~vpopmail/domains"

This would only work if you had 100 domains or less. After that, domains are broken up into directories. Vpopmail will not put more then 100 domains in a directory because it's not efficient.
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dredman at najt dot nu
11 years ago
just compile MySQL support into vpopmail and you've got it. then you can get all the needed info from the db.
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till'at'klimpong'dot'com'dot'NOSPAM
11 years ago
In regard to an earlier post:

You can easily save the directory listing of ~vpopmail/domains and get the list of all domains on your system.

That's fairly easy and if you don't add/remove each day, you can keep the list static or update it via cron on certain intervals.
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thomas at abitur003 dot de
11 years ago
Well, you can safe your qmail-data like the domains, etc. in a database, which is quite usefull in my eyes. You just have to keep the data synchronized.
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mike at hbhosting dot com
11 years ago
This library is kind of useless without key functions like get_domain_info() and list_all_domains(). You can add and delete virtual domains, but you cannot list or view them. Without such functionality you can't go and write your own PHP front end to qmail.
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